Knicks, Rangers owner James Dolan tests positive for coronavirus
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Madison Square Garden chairman James Dolan has tested positive for the coronavirus, the New York Knicks announced Saturday.
Dolan, 64, has been in self-isolation and is experiencing little to no symptoms, according to the team. He continues to oversee business operations.
Dolan, who oversees the Knicks and the NHL's New York Rangers, is believed to be the first NBA owner to test positive for COVID-19. Fifteen individuals connected with the league - including multiple players and unidentified members of teams - have now been confirmed to have been infected as of Saturday.
Two of the first NBAers to test positive, Utah Jazz teammates Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, were cleared of the illness on Friday.
New York City remains the epicenter for the pandemic in the United States, with nearly 30,000 cases as of Saturday. More than 500 have died in the city.
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